Lynn Haven (Fla.) Mosley senior running back Ryan Rogers knows where he will be playing his college football next season. Rogers, 5-foot-11 and 180-pounds, has committed to Florida A&M according to Mosley head coach Jeremy Brown.
“Ryan has committed to FAMU,” said Coach Brown this morning.
Rogers decided to continue his career with Rattlers in college after considering offers from Warner Christian, Clark-Atlanta, Southwest Minnesota State and Western Arizona.
“Ryan is great in space but also runs behind his pads very well. He is explosive and has great hands out of the backfield. What I love about him most is his toughness. Ryan has shown the ability to play and perform at a high level while being banged up,” answered Coach Brown when asked what makes Rogers a good fit for FAMU.
The hard-charging running back decided to make his decision after his official visit to the Tallahassee, Florida campus.
“He was extremely impressed with his visit to FAMU. Ryan loved the attitude and the passion the coaching staff had for football and the importance they put on getting a degree while at FAMU,” explained Coach Brown of why Rogers picked the Rattlers.
On film Rogers shows good speed and the ability to change direction. The senior does a good job of making people miss by jump-cutting laterally and also is very good and seeing daylight, making a cut and getting up field. Rogers also displays toughness when running between the tackles. He is also an effective pass catcher out of the backfield.
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